Black History Month: In conversation with Lord Victor Adebowale and Dame Donna Kinnair

When: 28 / 10 / 2020 2pm - 28 / 10 / 2020 3pm

When: 28 / 10 / 2020 2pm - 28 / 10 / 2020 3pm
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As part of Black History Month, our BME Leadership Network is hosting two events to explore, celebrate and showcase the experience and contribution of black and minority ethnic (BME) leaders in the NHS.

Join this session, hosted by Pride of Britain award winner Prof Dame Elizabeth Anionwu, for an insightful conversation between Lord Victor Adebowale, chair of the NHS Confederation, in conversation and Dame Donna Kinnair, chief executive and general secretary of the Royal College of Nursing.

Dame Elizabeth Anionwu, Dame Donna Kinnair, Lord Victor Adebowale

Opened by network co-chairs Ifti Majid and Danielle Oum, the discussion will explore:

  • historical influences and influencers shaping today's leaders
  • how lived experience positively shapes a professional outlook
  • the underused asset of BME leadership
  • COVID-19 and the opportunity to act on health inequalities data that we have known for decades
  • the role of community engagement in shaping positive community partnership responses to COVID-19.

Who can attend?

This event is open to anyone working within an NHS Confederation member organisation.

Book your place

To book, simply email BLN@nhsconfed.org to register your place. 

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For a different perspective, join our 'In conversation with...' session on 19 October.

When:
28 / 10 / 2020 2pm - 28 / 10 / 2020 3pm
Where: Webinar
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